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Sake Sushi

Sake Sushi

This restaurant is ranked among the best in Stephens City, having over reviews with an average rating of stars.

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Sake Sushi
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Sake Sushi
201 Ctr Dr Stephens City, VA
(540) 868-8571 Sushi Japanese
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China House

On Sunday, May 5, 2016, my daughter and I had lunch at the China House, 368 Fairfax Pike, east of Stephens City, . . .

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China House Reviewed by Perry Crabill on . On Sunday, May 5, 2016, my daughter and I had lunch at the China House, 368 Fairfax Pike, east of Stephens City, Virginia, on Route 277. It is located next to Goodwill in an older shopping center with a large Food Lion anchor store. Hours are Monday-Thursday, 11:00 AM-10:00 PM; Friday-Saturday, 11:00 AM-10:30 PM; Sunday, 12:00 PM-9:30 PM. The phone number is (540) 868-1858. Takeout is available, along with delivery up to six miles and on-line ordering. The Web site is www.chinahousestephenscity.com. The entrance has no vestibule, and opens into a single small room. Seating is via three booths along each side wall, with a couple of tables in the center. In the rear is a service counter with menus displayed on the back wall. A Coke machine is along the wall here to your right. There are hanging lights over the counter and elsewhere around the room. A dark carpet was on the floor, and the ceiling tile was a light color. Front windows allow light from the outside. I heard no music, nor do I remember seeing a TV screen or Oriental decorations. The menu was an 11x17-inch sheet printed on both sides. The categories were Appetizer, Soup, Chow Mein, Fried Rice, Lo Mein or Mei Fun, Egg Foo Young, and Pork. Also, Chicken, Beef, Shrimp, Vegetable, Healthy Sections, Side Order, House Specialties, Dinner Special, and Lunch Special. Neither beverages nor desserts were listed. We had Shrimp Toast from the Appetizer Menu, and we both ordered dinner from the Shrimp Menu. My daughter chose Shrimp with Lobster Sauce, and I had Shrimp with Cashew Nuts. Each order came with a bowl of white rice. I ordered hot tea, and was pleased to have it served in a heated metal teapot. The tea leaves were loose in the pot, but settled to the bottom of the glass teacup. Our table had a bottle of Kikkoman Soy Sauce with just a little residue on the bottom. The bottle on an adjacent table was in the same condition. Soy sauce appeared to be among the unlabeled plastic tubes of condiments in a dish; I consider that an unsatisfactory arrangement; opening them can be messy. Both of our servings had an adequate number of fairly large shrimp, and mine had a goodly number of cashews. The vegetables included baby corn, diced carrots and celery. There were also pieces of what may have been tofu. The sauce appeared to be soy. It was good food, but so large a serving that I took more than half of it and all of the rice home. I was turned off by the empty soy sauce bottles and the plastic tube method of dispensing condiments, but I did appreciate tea being served in a pot. The ladies’ restroom was out of order, and a sign directed users to the men’s. We saw very little of our server, although we were the only patrons during most of our visit. I rate China House as merely OK, and am not likely to be back. It’s a little better but no worse than the typical shopping center Chinese restaurant. Rating: 3


New Review - Sake Sushi

New Review - Sake Sushi

Sake Sushi

On Thursday, May 31, 2012, I had lunch at the new Japanese Restaurant east of Stephens City called Sake Sushi & . . .

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Sake Sushi Reviewed by Perry Crabill on . On Thursday, May 31, 2012, I had lunch at the new Japanese Restaurant east of Stephens City called Sake Sushi & Hibachi Japanese Steak House. It’s located at 201 Centre Drive, Suite 109, in the Sherando Town Centre at the intersection of Warrior Drive and Route 277, and is behind Walgreen’s. Hours are Monday-Thursday, 10:30 AM-10:00 PM; Friday & Saturday, 10:30 AM-10:30 PM; Sunday, 11:00 AM-9:00 PM. Dine in and takeout are available. The telephone is (540) 868-8571, and the Web Site is http://www.sake-sushi.com/. The entrance in the center of the front of the building opened into a single large room channeled into three sections by waist-high dividers. The two side sections have booths along their walls and tables next to the dividers. The center section has two food preparation areas; the one in the back is the sushi bar, and the hibachi grill is a few feet in front of it. An island structure is in front of the hibachi, but merely holds decorative items. The tables had white tablecloths; the lighting was subdued, and the background instrumental music, which did not appear to be Oriental, was not obtrusive. The first thing I noticed was that the place settings included chopsticks along with silverware. At all of the other Oriental restaurants in this area you either have to ask for chopsticks or the server offers them to you; I like the Sake’s arrangement; it takes for granted that you are there because you like the food and know how to eat it. The multi-page menu lists Drinks, Soup and Salad, Appetizers, Tempura, Sushi and Sashimi à la carte, Chef’s Combo, Dinner Entrées, Asian Kitchen (Indian, Thai, and Chinese), Lunch Entrées, and Maki Lunch Specials. The majority of the dishes were Japanese, mostly of the sushi variety. Although I have eaten sushi once, I do not like it and decided to choose from the lunch entrees, which are cooked items. I ordered shrimp, selecting soup instead of a salad, with fried rice and vegetables, along with a pot of hot tea. The food was served on a large, round heavy ceramic platter, with about half of it occupied by the rice. The mound of vegetables was topped with six medium shrimp. Some of the vegetable pieces were a little large for handling with chopsticks, but I managed. The rice was a little bland, and I found that a bit of soy sauce was helpful. I have mixed feelings about Oriental eateries with so-called fusion cuisines. Basically, places with menus that offer Japanese, Chinese, Indian, and Thai may not do all of them well. I would think that a Japanese restaurant that also has Thai food would not be as good a place to order it as a Thai-only restaurant. Sake Sushi and Hibachi is the only restaurant in the Sherando Town Centre. Based on this one visit, I would rate it several notches above merely OK, and would eat there again if I happened to be in the area for other reasons at lunch time. However, I would not make another trip all the way from home just to eat there; places that are equal or better are closer. Rating: 4


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